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Cheap LCD displays from MTs again

Some links to interesting pages with LCD information.

Flickr images on a Nokia 6110 Color LCD

Most used are these green character displays with two or more rows to display menus, status or debug messages. With mass production of mobile phones, color LCDs get that cheap, that they can be used as replacement. To test the display, I hacked a kind of small digital picture frame, that fetches pictures from Flickr.

IR and ultrasonic scanner

This project is a short range, infrared and ultrasonic scanner that uses a standard hobby servo to move the sensors and a color LCD screen to display the information from the sensors.

Game with LCD from Nokia 3310

Simple and cheap graphic game system with LCD from Nokia cellphone.

Nokia Color LCD - using 4096 colors in 8bit mode

How to manage Nokia 6100 LCD to use 4096 colors without any limitations? It's easy... You can use my library for free.

As I promise in my previous article external, here is my improved LCD C library for using with the Nokia 6100 Series LCD.

Main feature in this library is method to use full 4096 colors in the 8bits (256col) mode. It is enabled by simple hack, based on the color lookup table and the LRU cache.

Cheap LCD display with 4096 colors for embedded projects

How to use the color LCD from the Nokia 6100 mobile phone with your own microcontroller project? Inside: Description of full-color (4096 colors) LCD mode, connecting the display to the µC and free graphics library to download.

Thermometer with PIC12F and Nokia LCD display

Nice stuff - thermometer made with tiny PIC, DS18B20 and LCD from old Nokia 3310.

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